A blow on the head sends a practical Yankee back in time to King Arthur's court in medieval England. There, his Yankee ingenuity and knowledge of scientific theories startle the Knights of the Round Table. In the course of describing his hero's adventures, Mark Twain, the great satirist, takes the opportunity to make objects of mirth out of the ways of the Old World, the chivalry of knights, and the pomposity of kings.
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First review is accurate
I like this story by Mark Twain, but the recording is slightly muffled or else the narrator mumbles. It was not the best.
Read much too fast
Very hard to catch all words at times, the reader sounds like an auctioneer at times by the speed of reading. Not enjoyable at all and Mark Twain is one to listen to and enjoy his wit not strain your ears just trying to catch the words.
Want my money back
I paid nine dollars for a this and it isn’t even the complete book. What a waste! Glad they don’t even bother with that in the description.